Hampton Inn - College Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... of the potential to join my trips.
But meetup is not an easy thing to give up. It has been such an endearing part of my life as I met so many inspiring adventurers and like-minded individuals "as an organizer." Being a member does not give the same latitude of being able to explore places the way you want and for that reason I remained with this status quo until now when I'm finally realizing that without a doubt the time I ...
... invasions as evil, and says nothing of what the US may have done to antagonise Britain to burn down the White House. Tiz loved the dinosaur exhibits at the museum of natural history but was sad there was no velociraptor. There are tons of public service buildings around and they are incredibly detailed, ornate and massive. The Treasury, the Mint, the Department of Justice. All are impressive building and you would never see architecture on that scale in Australia. We also ...
... Museums of Natural History and US History, and the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. But the first two took up our time and energy, so we'll have to save the latter for another day. And we do hope to come back here and see more of what we missed, which is a lot! Next time it'll be in the springtime when I can take a run under the cherry trees in bloom, and we'll fly in and stay in town, no more two hours of ...
Another jam packed day. Off on the Metro again from Dupont Circle. First some corfee (grande size) and a hot sausage, cheese and egg sanga from our local Starbucks. A very long escalator ride down into the metro. Armed with our Metro cards we set off to see the Capitol building. Another freezing day so the sunshine was nice to walk in. It wasn't far from the station to this amazing and magnificent building. I know I'm overdosing on ...
... from it across the Reflecting Pool to the WWII Memorial. We then went to the Vietnam Memorial and paid respects to four of my classmates at Crescenta Valley High School who were killed in that war. We walked along side the Reflecting Pool to the WWII Memorial to honor my Dad. It was a beautiful day to walk ...